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... monitored prior to launch. After successful launch Mission Control at Houston takes over.
The Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) has the tallest doors in the world. It also has the largest hand painted flag in the world on its side. Because of the wind, the flag cannot be sprayed and is hand painted with brushes. When you look at it you don't realise how big it is. To give you an idea of scale, they have painted the actual size ...
... as loudly as I can – IT IS NOT! We attended two 3D IMax movies – one on the Hubble Space Telescope and the other on the Space Station. They were Amazing! Next, we boarded a bus and were driven to the launch pads where manned space craft were placed into orbit. We saw the Vehicle Assembly Building where rockets and capsules were assembled and the crawlers that moved them along gigantic tracks to the launch pads.
We rode in a Space Shuttle ...
... and an excellent pilaf and grilled vegetables. Very good!
Saturday, we decided to drive north to Daytona Beach as I wanted to get a shirt from the HD store. We knew that the Biketoberfest Rally was happening this weekend – that was a reason why we opted to not stay there – but we went. We have been to a couple of rallies, but this one was amazing. Fortunately, they had multiple venues (one was at the Daytona Speedway) ...
... boat polished for two days. Guess where all his dust ended up? (Oh, well, that is part of boating. One day our dust might end up on our neighbor's boat). While that was only an inconvenience, the neighbor was also loud and obnoxious. Fortunately, we only had to put up with him for about four days. He and his crew of drunken buddies were headed to the Bahamas where they will no doubt inflict their obnoxiousness on new victims. The last unpleasantness occurred when another ...
... where we spent the night at another Holiday Inn; this one was up the street from Weeki Wachee.
Wednesday, July 31st:
It was our first visit to Weeki Wachee (http://www.weekiwachee.com/), which was small and quaint. The highlight is the mermaids underwater show that was nice. The kids also got to see a wild animal information show and got to hold an alligator, which they liked. We spent about ...